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WiFi Hotspot For RV Park

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anything should work really, you just need to grab the signal above the roof ;)
 
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I don't think the issue is the equipment, I think its more the fact that the tin cans everyone is staying in blocks the signal. My father-in-law had this same issue, and after spending a ton on infrastructure, he found a small antenna sealed in a plastic bag placed on his roof was the real solution.
That's actually a good point and what I meant before when I referred to it as a DSAK or I.D.Ten-T problem..

One of the residents can't get a signal in his residence even though he is like 50ft from one of the routers.. I sit at his property line with a laptop and everything is hunky-dorky..

I have argued to the management that we should only be required to bring signal to the property line and not burn thru their walls, but...... :banghead:

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I think if you improved your current WRT54G wireless router with 802.11n centered items it would fix your problem. Is there any way you could get one installation at the natural dot and one more at the far end of the periodic websites . . . . . .
"Dogs barking, can't fly home without umbrella"
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Michale